Address by Georgetown University President Robet J. Henle, S.J. at the meeting of the Council of Graduate Schools,Tape 2
Henle, R. J. (Robert John), 1909-2000
Council of Graduate Schools in the United States. Meeting (9th)
The tape continues Robert J. Henle's speech on the dimensions of graduate study. Father Henle talks about the broader kind of deep reflective scholarship and research being squeezed out. He feels that a reflection on the total meaning of human culture and society is needed in today's educational climate. He believes the basic consensus on the meaning of life and society is decreasing as is a consensus on societal values. He feels universities should address themselves to this crisis of values.
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Address by Georgetown University President Robet J. Henle, S.J. at the meeting of the Council of Graduate Schools, Tape 1 Henle, R. J. (Robert John), 1909-2000 (Undated (p)The tape starts abruptly mid-speech but refers to this being the ninth annual meeting of the Council of Graduate Schools. A statement from President Nixon is read. After some introductions, The Reverend Robert J. Henle ...